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within fair' for 4-H g 3000 every a a  4-H members from ser,mg beauty queen, mayor, the state are . It will be Wfll be plet , too. The waiting for a date in will be a boy and girl date be plenty of mothers and event is the state 4-  Sept. 16. it's all tied and ,inqaYWestern Washington Fair ". Only winners of previous . qlalifed to exhibit lstqllthree Y ears ihe state 4"H ,,-qb -- 'a.me a fair within a fair as winners represent all 28,00 , Xnembers in this club year ' ranging from cooking to dog . uing will be displayed Iqltl'veive judges and, in some will earn expense-paid rB. National 4-H Congress in this year. other categories earn grants them to Washington State and learning WSU is headquarters for program which is handled Extension Ser- of Agriculture. district program leader- will fill the year. In glass-enclosed including a number of e taeals as watchful judges of fair goers look on. Often guests for these meals. young chefs might be reading this week are: J. P. y Young, Karen Bales, Pullman; Minnie ; Kay Overly, Cooper, Glenwood: The Dalles; Charles Meyers, FI.; Donald Francisco, Ca.; June Ken Hill, Lester Hunter, Mrs. Blanche Fuhrman, Joe Modlin, Doyal Mrs. Harold Groves, Iiuckfeldt, Goldendale; John Rasmusson, Smith, Larry Robinson, Wiidanen, Cen- Gregson, Newt Bromely, Albert Johnson. Ed e; Alice Williams, John i The Columbian, L Woods, Battle Ground; calvin DeWald, Richard I.lley, Yakima; Darel rnd; Merle Smith, ;Saxton, Seattle; Eldon ; Mrs. M. J. Cooper, i Bay; KCIV-FM Radio, tlattovich, Portland; Dale Ca.; Don Stanford, Ira- governor or one of the celebrities per- forming in the grandstand shows. This year the latter could include Dale Robert.son, Kay Starr, Connie Smith and a number of stars. .An entire building at the Puyallup fair grounds is devoted to the youth program and a new stage area has been added to give the guests a better look at dress revue activities and the consumer bowl contests. where 4-H'ers demonstrate their decision- making skills in such things as food buying and elothing construction. In other parts of the building, demon- strations involving various 4-H projects will await the public. These include photography, gardening, forestry., baking and sewing. Several hundred of the 04o-19 year olds also will be found elsewhere on the grounds as they show off champion steers, sheep, horses, chickens and dairy animals. The 4-H swing to urban and city youth projects plus special programs aimed at better nutrition through youth education also have spots on the 4-H fair calendar. Besides their own official duties, all of the 4-H'ers will have time to savor other attractions of the 69th edition of the "Grand Old Fair" at Puyallup and mingle with the half-million visitors expected to attend the exposition Saturday, Sep- tember 16 through Sunday, September 24. Persons wishing a complete list of premiums and rules including deadlines, may call or write the Western Washington Fair, P.O. Box 189, Puyallup 98371, phone: 845-1771. / FIREARM SAFETY COURSE PLANNED The Goldendale Jaycees are sponsoring a free firearm safety course open to all hunters under 18 years of age. The course will be held Wednesday and Thursday, September 20 and 21, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the meeting room of the Klickitat Valley Bank. Registration for the course will be Wednesday, September 19, from 7 to 9 p.m. at Pizza Corner. UNSUNG HERO of fair and rodeo was water truck operator. in wheat with When you apply LoRox this fall, you get season-long weed control. You stop weeds from competing with the wheat-- from the early growth stage right on through to harvest. Du Pont LOROX is an ideal preemergence herbicide for wheat. It controls a wide range of weeds, including the really tough ones like mustard, gromwell and henbit. Can be applied by ground or air equipment, and gives you effective performance plus economy. Eight years of yield checks have consistently proved that early application of LOROX can mean an average extra gain of 14 bushels over acreage where no herbicide was used and 12 bushels more than where 2,4-D was applied. Your chemical supplier or custom applicator has complete details on LoRox and the new combinations. See him today. With any chemical, to/low labeling instructions and warnings carefully. UIIIOX IttUltattl' LINuON W I:EO KILLER TFG the height of the st/traps was done by an unidentified cowboy. ELECTION DAY TRANSPORTATION OFFERED W. M. Davis of Glenwoocl has offered free transportation to and from the polls on election day, September 19, for anyone needing it. "I will even baby-sit your youngsters while you vote," he added. Davis indicated his action was to en- courage a better turnout of voters: "By all means, vote ff you are registered; it is your duty and your privilege." - I II Let's put 15 years of experienced, tested community leadership to work Jim Pearce spent the past 4 years in Olympia as a spokesman for tbe people . . . LET'S ADD 2 MORE! ELECT JIM PEARCE State Representative 11111 Dist. Polffilm 2 Citizens Committee for Pearee Pd. pol. advt. III IIII Thuriday, September 14, 1972 --The Goldendale 5+.,tinet .... II GOLDENDALE LOCAL NEWS Wally Funk, president of the Washington Newspaper Association, accompanied by Jerry Zubrod, executive secretary, were visitors at the Sentinel office Friday on a tour of state newspaper plants. WELL TESTING PUMP SETTING Wade Rain Irrigation FRB ESTIMATIF.$ .HASSING Implement Company Goldmdale, WA. Ph. 773-14 It takes only one tree to make a milli/, matches. It takes 9nly one match to destroy a million trees. Be sure y,,r' match is out--dead out! Keep Washir: : Green. THE LIVESTOCK INDUST  Y NEEDS MEN Frameo ,A, CATTLE AND LIVESTOCK BUYERS Tram now to buy catt!e sheep at3d hogs at aucti )rA, feedlots, sale barns, etc Write TODAY for a locai interview, nc}ude your com- plete address and phone number CATTLE BUYERS, INC. 4420 Madison KInMs City, Mo, 641ti FOR SALE GOLDEN & RED DELICIOUS TOMATOES SATOSHI TSUBOTA 773.4695 APPLES RE-ELECT Justice Charles T. WRIGHT SUPRE/00ECO[J RT HE HAS EARNED YOUR TRUST JUSTICE WRIGHT had a distinguished career a,,  iirv, Court Judge ia Thurston and Mason Counties for 22 years He was elected to the Supreme Court by the voter r 9;'0 and has served with distinction in that position. We urge the re-election of State Supreme Court Justice Charles T. WRIGHT Committee to Re-elect Justice Charles T. Wright--State Co-Chairmen: John Spiller, Al,h'ed J. Schweppe, Hon. Richard B. Ott, John R. Lewis, R.  Etter. David J. Williams, 1625 I.B.M. Bldg., Seattle, Wa. 98101, Finance ChaLrman. I III " , ........ I III I I II II I I I I I Vote for SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE llickitat. Skanlallla Coiitbs Each area of government has a responsibility to He people it reprments. The judicial branch, with itl function, the sefflement of controversies, must no+ become involved with e manner in which local, town, coun or state 9overnmenf is elected or run unless a peeper case or controversy is properly presented to ff fMu #lie procedures established by law and the con- A judge mast not I:.ome involved in local political questions or per- somdifies--to do so is a violation of the concept of separation of powers and fosters disrespect for the law end the judiciary. individual seeking this high position must neeesulrily be willln 9 steadfastly fo refrain from assert- in 9 his influence on political questions recjardless of his personal feelings. Loss of the neutrality required of a judge by involvement in the political arena is fatal to balance nece.ary to assure individual freedoms. We belley the principles above have not been followed by pml!mt Judge. For that reason don't you agree we need a ange? KOLBABA WILL 61VE US THAT CHANGE! REMEMBER: This Important office i$ DECIDED September 19, 1972 i !